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to kill a whole bunch of u.s. citizens over detroit on christmas day. this guy's a bad guy. our options were limited. this was a tool we could use to stop further terrorist attacks against americans. i supported it then. monthly, i have my commit go to the c.i.a. to review them. i as chairman review every single airstrike that we use in the war on terror both from the civilian and military side when it comes to terrorist strikes. there is plenty of oversight here. there's not an american list somewhere overseas for targeting. that does not exist. and i think there's been some sensationalism. this is a serious matter, but i do think the oversight rules have been, i think-- >> schieffer: it is an extremely complicated matter. but what about the argument that civil liberties groups make that if a person is a u.s. citizen, if even if he's a bad guy he has certain rights after the constitution. and you can't just say "okay, we're going to kill him." >> in the united states, that's true. if you join forceses with the enemy, we have a long-standing tradition in this country that that in and of
to the table and have a real discussion about it. >> schieffer: "u.s.a. today" said the white house has been circulating its own immigration plan that provides some path to citizensship for people already here. speaker boehner said his great fear was the president would get in the way that he thought there were already bipartisan efforts under way on the hill. has the white house, in fact, circulated the own plan behind the keeps or where is all that? >> the president's great fear is we don't take this opportunity to meet immigration reform exrepsively in four ways. continue with the great progress we have made on border security. continue to crack down on businesses that game system and hire illegal workers. three, have a path to earned citizenship for people that they earn their citizenship if they pay back taxes pass background check, and learn english. and lastly reform the legal immigration system tow people have a reasonable opportunity to get to this country. all of us are descend apts of immigration. and we want to make sure-- >> schieffer: so is this a new plan the president is circ
the u.s. attorneys office, the bureau of prison border patrols. what has to happen-- and congress can do this. if us governors can work together so well, i think congress can do it, and just figure out the right balance. >> garrett: a simple yes or no question to all four of you. we'll start with you governor, and go around this way. there is some suggestion maybe the administration is over-playing over-dramatizing what's going to happen if these spending cuts do take effect. is there any could tout in any of your governors' minds that what the administration is saying is real, will be felt by your constituents in relatively short order. governor brewer? >> i think it's unpredictable. i do believe that we're going to see if they don't get their act together we're going to see some cuts. i don't know if they're going to be all that dramatic in the period of time. they've got to deliver a budget to us, too in a few short weeks. they just need to get in there and do what they're elected food get it done so we can deal with it. >> it. >> i think the effects will be significance, and people w
single day. we have, as the u.s. government set up lawn characters total burglars where the silver is, in the bottom drawer, and opened the case of beer and watched them do it. if means everything from personal identities, social security numbers to money from banks, to intellectual property. the blueprints for jobs in the next generation with nation states slyke china, and it has gotten exponentially worse, even since the presidential debates. it is unbelievable and breathtaking. the second part of that is the attack part that we're so vulnerable for, actually shutting down our financial services or finding other ways to destroy material in companies that won't allow them to function on a day-to-day basis. and that is very, very concerning. we've seen that recently with iran. >> schieffer: jane what-- are we being attacked now? >> yes. keith islamabad the head alexander has said there have been 19 ear 20 substantial cyber attack in addition the last several years, more to come. i think we're much more vulnerable to a catastrophic cyber attack than a catastrophic terrorist attack in t
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